56 ratings (4.125 average)
What's new in this version (2.2):
Version 2.2 now helps to install the keyboard with the minimum of fuss and is now free.
No more searching through the settings on your phone, just download, click on the Crocodile Keyboards icon in your menu and follow the instructions.
After set-up you can then choose to watch the short youtube video guide.
We have noted however that phones running Android 1.5 can sometimes force close on install. If this happens, just follow the install guide
This free full colour changing keyboard uses a patent pending triangle based qwerty keyboard layout to help stop hitting two keys at the same time.
After downloading the keyboard to your phone, you need to click on the Crocodile Keyboard icon in the App menu and follow the install/user guides.
This Android replacement keyboard gives the user full controll of the colours on the keyboard, a drop down colour wheel lets you change the keyboards background, buttons and text.
There is a basic predictive text on this keyboard that works by the user entering words into the empty dictionary and building up a user list of commonly used words.
If you like this keyboard and decide to keep it can you please leave a comment and score.
We really want to encorage people to contact us with any ideas for improvement or if they think things need changing on our next update.
Last comments from Android Market
Not bad I read great reviews about this keyboard. It seems ok, but the worst thing for me is that the "P" key is on the wrong row. Is this a UK thing? Seems just a tiny bit sluggish. $1.62...spent more on
i like it cuz its cute and different:)
Works great on my Desire, the colour change option is so cool. Makes typing fun again. This has got to have the simplest keyboard install ever.
Market says non-refundable!!! Stock keyboard is much more friendly.
Very slow on a htc hero both typing and trying to get to the other screens. Almost unusable :-(